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What makes a sports car?

 What makes a sports car?

Like the definition of "luxury," the definition of "sports" car can change depending on who you ask. So what exactly makes one car a sports car, and another not? Listen in to learn more. See more »

The 2015 Nissan GT-R NISMO (with video)

 The 2015 Nissan GT-R NISMO (with video)

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The Nissan GT-R (Part 2)

 The Nissan GT-R (Part 2)

First released in Japan in 2007, the Nissan GT-R has quickly become an iconic car for Nissan. But what inspired it, and how does it compare with comparable vehicles? Join Scott and Ben as they continue their in-depth discussion of the Nissan GT-R. See more »

The Nissan GT-R (Part 1)

 The Nissan GT-R (Part 1)

First released in Japan in 2007, the Nissan GT-R has quickly become an iconic car for Nissan. But what inspired it, and how does it compare with comparable vehicles? Listen in to learn more about the Nissan GT-R. See more »

The Toyota MR2 - Part 2

 The Toyota MR2 - Part 2

Believe it or not, Toyota didn't set out to build a sports car when they first began working on what would become the MR2. Join Scott and Ben as they take a closer look at the origin of the MR2, its stats and more. See more »

The Toyota MR2 - Part 1

 The Toyota MR2 - Part 1

Believe it or not, Toyota didn't set out to build a sports car when they first began working on what would become the MR2. Join Scott and Ben as they take a closer look at the origin of the MR2, its stats and more. See more »

The Mazda Miata

 The Mazda Miata

Where did the Mazda Miata come from? What inspired Mazda to build this roadster, and what makes it different from roadsters of the past? Tune in to find out. See more »

Aston Martin DBC Concept: Dear Santa ...

 Aston Martin DBC Concept: Dear Santa ...

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 The $10,000 Used Sports Car Question

If you're reading this post, I'm guessing that you probably have a particular sports car that you've dreamed about parking in your own garage someday. Who hasn't lusted after a Ford GT, a Saleen S7, a Lamborghini Murcielago or a new Corvette ZR1? Sure, it's good to dream big, but each one of those cars is valued at more than $100,000 (more than $500,000 for the S7). The sports cars that I want to talk about today are a little more within reach for most of us: used sports cars priced at $10,000 or less. See more »